SEND

‘Know me for my abilities, not my disability, ’ said Robert Michael Hensel who was born with Spina bifida. He is also a Guinness World Records holder for the longest non-stop wheelie in a wheelchair, covering a total distance of 6.178 miles.

At Constantine Primary School we are committed to meeting the needs of every child in our care. Every child is unique and special, and all have the right to experience a rich curriculum where they can have fun, succeed and make progress.

For information on how we identify children with special educational needs, and the process through which we work to support them, please follow the link to our school’s SEN Policy below.

The school actively seek the involvement of parents/carers in the education of their children. It is recognised that it is particularly important with pupils who have special educational needs where the support and encouragement of parents is often the crucial factor in achieving success. As outlined in the new Code of Practice, schools are required to specify the provision available for children, to parents. Please follow the link below to read what Constantine have to offer in the SEN information report.

Mr Joher Anjari is the SENDCo (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator). If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to arrange a mutually convenient time to talk. Mr Anjari can be contacted via the school office or by email via joher.anjari@tlat.org.uk. Alternatively please feel free to contact Mrs Sonya Herbert, the Head teacher, either via the school office or by email sonya.herbert@tlat.org.uk.

 

SEND policy and Information Report 2017-18

 

Constantine School Offer 2017-18

 

The Local Offer aims to help families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) by gathering useful information they need to know, in one place, so they can make informed choices about the support they receive.

Cornwall’s Local Offer describes the provision and guidance that is available for children and young people.